You’ve chosen a fabric from a different collection.
Your inner lining, buttons, and contrast fabrics will be changed to the default option for the newly selected collection.
Choosing the style of your jacket is the main decision you'll make in this process. Remember: you make the rules.
The lapel you choose will define the silhouette of your jacket, but some lapels suit specific occasions (shawl lapels are great for dinner suits and more formal events, for example). Ultimately – your jacket, your rules.
Perfect the style of your jacket at every corner, seam and edge.
Slits on the back of the jacket that adds extra comfort, mobility or style.
Pick your pockets based on practicality, style – or both.
Choose the amount of, type of and proximity between your sleeve buttons. It's all about preference.
Decide whether you want a contrasting, statement button, or something that perfectly complements your suit.
Contrast, satin lapels are conventionally used in formal suiting, for tuxedos and dinner jackets. But as always – your jacket, your rules.
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Please choose one or multiple areas to begin.
A detail inside the jacket, located between the suit lining and jacket fabric.
A subtle hand stitching that runs along the lapels, pockets, and cuffs. Adds accent and texture to your jacket.
Pant pockets are an important element of your suit and style. Whether you're after a more traditional pocket, something more modern (or no pocket at all!), you can choose what feels right.
Does your wallet go in your back pocket... right or left? (... Do you even need a back pocket?) Tailor your back pockets to match your lifestyle.
A little cuff can make a big statement. But pleats are all about practical functionality.
Add a satin seam on your pants to complement your dinner jacket or tuxedo.
Tailor your vest's neck shape to match your style.
For a more dapper touch, add a lapel to your waistcoat. What type of lapel? Your call.
Recommended for the taller gentleman, as the angled bottom extends down further than the straight edge.
Vest pockets are great for keeping small bits and pieces – think headphones, pens, etc. – close at all times. Note: avoid placing heavy or clunky items like keys in these pockets.
Choose pockets that suit your lifestyle, habits and look.
Customising the waist on your chinos may seem like a small detail, but we think it's the small details that matter most.
Cuff or no cuff, fly or button – there's no right or wrong. There's just what works for you.